Strange Cargo Returns.

March 31st, 2009 in member junk     
StrangeCargo StrangeCargo, member
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A little montage for reflection.
The basket contains broken, unwanted seashells once scattered on the sand.  Now collected, they hold words of wisdom scrawled on their timeless & worn surface.
I saved this unusual window frame from my Grandfathers dilapidated summer kitchen in Pine Bush, NY, and now, 40 years later, added mirrors and a candle sconce to hang in our breakfast room.
Couldnt resist this one....
Wrought iron base and a small butcher block... pretty cheap.
The model.... PRICELESS!
There is something about the simplicity, strength, and feel of an old hammer.  Now uniquely displayed, a one of a kind sculpture!
A little montage for reflection.

A little montage for reflection.


Some small projects put together out of some pretty basic things.  A simple pleasure.

Thank you for the opportunity!

Ken


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, tabletop, centerpiece, artwork, vase, candle holder, frame, basket, table, letters, mirror

Comments (10)

SnowmanHill writes: This is so fun. I have lots of old tools. Thanks for sharing, you are very creative. :-) Posted: 10:19 am on April 28th
JunkArchitect writes: All your cargo is cool but I really like the hammer display. You’re incredibly creative and a little strange.

Jim Posted: 12:03 pm on April 5th
csudderth writes: Awesome--I'm with Jenny--I love the hammers. My father passed away a few years ago and I have the hammer that he used to build furniture. Do you mind if I "steal" your idea for displaying the hammer? Thanks for sharing.
Christy Posted: 11:25 pm on April 1st
writes: I. LOVE. THE. HAMMERS!!

:-) JennyK Posted: 8:59 pm on April 1st
alicemom writes: Hey Ken,
I am so glad you persevered. I too had the same problem. I love your hammers! The model.... PRICELESS!
Smiles,
Alice Posted: 3:07 pm on April 1st
thehillbillies writes: I love your ideas! My father has an amazing amount of old hammers... maybe I can talk him into giving me a few to make him something for his shop. Great ideas! Posted: 12:00 pm on April 1st
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Oh no! How could our wonderfully creative StrangeCargo ever be banned?! Never...never!

I am happy to see I could help with your resizing photo issue, but I must admit it is mainly for selfish reasons. (I am now able to see all your cool junk once again!)

Take care,
Candy Posted: 9:12 am on April 1st
monakent writes: LOVE the hammer display!!!!! I have some old ones laying around too (along with other vintage tools). What a great idea!!! The window turned out great -isn't it nice to be able to create a work of art out of family pcs? The table - ingeious. gailmarie, bfa Posted: 7:06 am on April 1st
oldnews writes: Very cool, I love the hammers, that's pretty clever! Posted: 9:05 pm on March 31st
StrangeCargo writes: A BIG THANK YOU to Candy, aka, Junk Sophisticate to document how to properly re-size photos in order to upload onto JMS. I thought I was banned from the site permanently as I consistently proved my PC illiteracy and couldn't move a *&^$@* photo. At last I have been liberated!

Thank you.
Posted: 9:05 pm on March 31st
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